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i Golden Opportunity
'. 4for Spring House Cleaning and Re-furmShinj!.. ;
For a short lime we are offering BIG VALUES KOR CASH J
to mako room for due new sonde. For example: A 8 piece !
b.d room suif, regular $1850, now $14.00. Prices pnsi-
lively the lowest in city ou suiiie quuliiy of gonila.
MATTING "r "eW Une D0W 0,1 di8P,sy tbe
window, and many more beautiful 2
patterns inside. Come in and look at them, i
Undertaking and Embalming a Specialty:
My undertaker H.B. HilSTEN, will respond promptly to I
all call?, day or night .
Running a House l$Z
..c. 1 house it
your own. You can keep putting in
little improvements as they ere needed.
Each year finds you eituetej more
comfortably. Tim ' 'lie w iy t hut d
up a bonier V hate j-ist what you
want in real ealiiiB. LVzy liis of pr p-
etty, improved rod n bii.ioy.d vte
always glad to advise you ; gitr lict ii-.U
. . Call in and soo us. ......
.1110 Adams Avenue,
A Two Light Electrolier
"!- Hirtpire style complete with etched glass
shades and all atlaehniepts pin up it
yt ir residence for jfiX'
i ' . Se samples in our window.
La Grpde Light & Power Go
J JOHN JAMISON WESTl.'JI, ELY A JAMISON
We will call for it and bring it
home when promised.
We gu rutilee satisfaction and onlv ask for a
trial order to demonstrate to you thai- we un
.' .- derstaud the laundry business. You can slop
:s' cur wagon at any lime or phone the Laundry '
and your work will be called for ut once. We
niuke a specialty of family washing, and can
do your washing better and cheaper thau
you. A trial order eolicited.
Union Steam Laundry
uZasZ I ' fib nm
When you wnt flRSTCLASS JOB WORK call at the OBShRVER
Residence Phone 367
1202 Adams Ave
Lu Uiande, Oiegonl
742 FIR STREET.
Get hold of a Rock
Island System folder, turn
to the map, study it a
minute or two, and you
will get a fair idea of the
immensity of the territory traversed
by this Compny's lines Minne
sota on the North; Texas on the
South; Alabama on the hast;
Colorado on the West.
If you are trointr l'.a-t, now or
later, will vou not kinl!y give me
an opportur.i'v of quoting rates
and telling von what our through car
arrangements are? Three routes Last
via Denver, Omaha and St. i'aul.
. CORHAM. Cnsral 0"l,
1 40 TWrt SL, PorlUnd, Ora.
AN ATTEMPT TO
Chicago Carbarn Bandit Slits Wrist with Lead
; Pencil and Swallows Match Heads in .
an Attempt to Suicide.
Chicago, April 18 Peter Neidermeier,
the leader of the oarbarn bandits, con
demned to die on the gallowa Friday,
made two desperate attempts at suicide
today. His condition aaa" result Is so
precailous that it Is feared he will not
survive. Should he still be alive neat
Friday, he will be can ied to the gallows
and executed. ...
Neiilermeler planned bis attempted
suicide carefully. First he mastiiatert
and swallowed the beads of 76 or 100
sulphur matches. While the phosphorus
Eggs, Ireeb valley 15jtB
Butler, ereannry 65o and firstolas
dairy 60o per roll. ; -
Potatoes 65ots per sack. .
Apple,75c. to SOcts. per oox.
Cabbage, 3Jnt. per lb. ..
Turkies, 1U ote. Ih. live weight.
W heat 74o toSOo per bo.
Oats 1.10 per oental
Hurley 8Uc per cental 7
The steady decline in Eastern and
foreign nj.irkeL liao laken tlie life out
l 'te idtHl vvheut market. Duyfcrs
I "ISirs are lartl tr af art than ever
.u: Mii-lopes is at srandfti'l, with
lie I' - e d"Cil':d!yweak.
' WIIKAT Wal'a Walla, 75u ;
Mil a.rni, 82e; Valley,' 81,
, RAl.-1.BY F i-d, $2? p. r '. n, brew
F IajUK V'i y, fa W 8.115 I" r
' arr 1; hard wl:eai tii'i-toi!, 'H (el and
3.70; cieiir-, J;l.8."i m.l i 0 I; ml wlm
pntesjts, $J.()0 and 4C10; lJati.ta Im'U
Will lie held at Sun merville, Oregon,
April 23, 1004. .
10:30 a. m. - ',,
Fads" ' , Fred 0. Fischer.
"Nature Study" A. J. Bonder.
"Mutic In the Public Schools" W.-
"History" O. C. Maxwell.
1:30 p. in.
"Uraded Work in the Country Schools"
It. A. Wllkeraon.
"Object Lessons" Btssie Worsted.
"Patriotism in our cchools" Josie
"Signsof theTime" H. J.Hoekeuterry
lecture H. J. flockenberry
This will be the Inst teacher's meet
Ing this yenrf and every teacher w
can possibly do so Is earnestly requested
to be present.
Treasurer's Call for City Warrants
Notice is hereby given that there are
now funds on hands to pay all out
standing warrants Issued on General
Fui.d of LaUrande City, nptrt an.l in.
cludina. No Sti.Vi ndored April.30 1001.
Interest on all wnrcants on General
Fund Iroiii Xu3M to No :n:'0 inclusive,
ceases fmtn this dte.
La flralid.-, Oregon. Afril IS 901.
V, I Walsh
' ity fromrer.
Dissol Aion Notice
Not're i. lien
;)iir" r h( h
-v .r. K. D 'V .
has this dny
dl-oiveil by ui n
Dili. I ih-- th
at La U ande Of
hv yiver ttjt
ST ALU ' n I
i-rc-it o ;i T 1 1 v I 1 ' -i
in Un-eJ to IM .(!.. I I
vt-ry low pet'- I v : - i
lilt-, ai'a.-nti h ii: ' i . , i :
fill , in ll kni-y b'f !i I.
With rf':ir r -tlefce 8 y
rtli'r in iidvui.ee, No o her
tcrnifl. Can e erfd rr feren
ces aa to his colts.
' Wm. O.Hansen.
waa burning Ids stomioh he sawed at
the artery of bis lelt wriat with sharp
pointed lead pencil.. Striking a bone in
the writt, he gave up tiylng to sever
tha artery and turned his weapon to the
large vein on the outer aide of his left
forearm, and. with jabe aud a seesaw
motion be lacerated the flesh and niua
clea of the arm and tore open the veins,
leaving a large jagged wound exposed,
through wbiyh tlie.lood, gashed ji
streams, dyeing his bed clothing and
running down- over the bell Boor in
wheat, (5.40 and 6.00; graham, IS.90
whole wheat, ft; rye flour,, $4.50 and
4.75 v- ;':. -
OATS No. 1 white,.! 17J; gray
C1.10 per cental.-
MILL8TUFF8--Bran, f 18 per ton;
middlings, $24; aborts, $20; ohop, U.
S. nulls, $16; linseed, dairy lood $19
HAY Timothy, $16 pur ton; clov
er, $12 ; grain, $12 ; cbeit; $13.
Potatoes,. 60 to 75 cents per sack.
OnicnB 80 cents to $1.00, per sack.
Eggs Oregon, 16(1 17 ot, Eastern
juttor Creamery, 25 nml 80o
Dairy, 17 and 20c, store 0810clb
Poultry Chickens, nnxed 10c per
pound, spring, 10c and hens,
JOc , turkeys live, 17 and 18u
lb droned 18 and 20o lb 'duck a, !f6
and 7 er ilex, geese, 8c lb,. . -
; LIVESTOCK .. ,
Cattle Best steers $4.25 and $4.00,
medium, 4.C0; oow. $3.25 end St-l-OO
Hugs Beet large, lat -ti.25; medium
iatfi- (at 4.75 ; . ' '.
l!VBeet weathers 43.6U;nixed
ret. ,,. .
Many people who are neglecting;
symptoms of kid n ey trouble,
hoping "it will wear away," are
drifting towards Bright's Disease,
which is kidney trouble in one of
its worst forms. '
stops irregularities, strengthens
the urinary organs and builds up
the worn-out tissues of the kid
neys so they will perform their
functions properly. Healthy kid
neys strain out the impurities
from the blood as it passes
through tht-m. Diseased kidneys
do not, and the poisonous waste
matter is carried by the Circulation
to every part of the hotly, causing
dizziness, backache, stomach
trouble, sluggish liver, irregular
heart action, etc.
If Von have any signs of Kidney
or Huiddcr trotihlc commence t ak
in:; i oi r.Y's kid:?:y(X'IvH
at oner, as it will cure a slight dis
order in a few days and prevent
a fatal malady. It is pleasant to
take and benefits the whole system.
How to Find Out.
You can easily determine If your kid
ncya are out of order hv s-tti.i n.sido
for 21 hours a bottle of the urine. p.-iMed
upon arising. If upon examination It
Is cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust
Kcdinicnt or small partlclen (loot about
(n it, vnnr Mdncv nre dif.nsed, find
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE should bo
tukeu at once.
O. 0. Burhana Testifies After
Four Years. .
f, e. OirftMt of Cirllilr Cntrr. N r, write!:
"Atto'lt lour vi-ar, um I wrote jn'i lltlliNr that
I hit b"i-n eiilln-!r-mr'ft ol n n-vie kidney
trim Me hv l.kintf h-nilliim two lK,t;ct,Ot Kolev'S
hi lnev f',ire. Jt enilo ir .t"Ti--1 tti t,rlek
en.t -M-iltinent aimI twin :in't .vTnTt'm.n(Nllnev
oi.'-me iinait.tre(l. I nni vll lo r Unit I
have n-T'T l.ii.l a return nt anv of ttir.se i)inl
t.r, flurlna llifl lour yenr. tlial liave el:iiwnil,
ml I nm e.liU-nilr cured to tny cureil. and
te ar:' reronifnenil Foley's Ivliliie, Cum to nnr
oimi .uflcrlr.a trom klctiwy or bj.uili-r truuulfl."
Two ls. BOa and 1O0,
SOLO AND BEC0HMEH0EO BT
A. T Hill, Prescription Druggist
FO It BA UK i Single Dire Beet Plow
for sale cheap. Also 3 saddle ponies
one halt Shetland. 8 (tend : single
, driving horses. J. E. ReynoldB.
FOlt BALE A yearling heller, ball
Juiney and ball Durham. Ioqulro at
this office or pbpne 1603.
' FOB BALE r-o'.- .
Indian Buuuer Duck . eggs lbur
ougll bred iin ported stock, oly a Uni
ted number. W. N, Monroe, La
Graode. 9ii Urn.
FOB SALE CHEAP '
All the fixtures of the Cove Creamery
Including one eight horse power engine
and ten horse power boiler,' chnrn and
butter works, and large cbeese-preas
vata etc. -. ;- " ' "
. - Mra Uatt Mitcball.
, 8-8-tl. ' -. Cova, Onsya.
FOB8ALV: ... .
Two acra tract, East of ihe La Orande,
Flouring mill, one hall In good bearing
orchard. Small cottage, and good barn.
Willsell for cash or will; trade for good
work horses. ; - ' l o Grout '
' IP La'Qrande, Or. '
FOR SALE Large two story house,
, good barn, about 7 sciea of land
- with orohard for sale, will take part
payment ' either in city property
or farm land.' Sightly located In
For prirtlculara inquire at
this office or of E Damon
FOR PALE 160 sacks of fine early rose
' t-ted potatoes. mile east of L Olden
burg's farm. ,
, 4-6 tt -v : J S Chandler
FOR RALE T0 acre block with ne
6 room houte, barn, nut houses, well
improve! $1100, time given on part.
Thia will teiir investigation situated
on N Cherry and N street -4-2
tf " ; Fred waring.
LUMBER The Stoddard Lumber Co
has secured the lumber, from the
mills of the Grande Ronde Lumber
Co to supply the retail market in the
city of La Grande.
FOR SALE 6 lots, with good dwell
ing house and barn on out skirts of
City. For futlier particulars sea G W
Thomas at Bock and Thomas Meat
Market ' 3 23 tf. '
FOR SALE-6 acre frnit 'arm,- all hear
' mg. good house and barn, well im
proved, well wa't red also Jersey milch
cow, black menorcn chickens, liouse
" hold goods, and etc. Apply to ,
4-14tf.dw. , J W Helm-:r, May Park
FOR RENT A blnck of sronnd with
. bearing orchard, garden, sniaimut4.BiIPf''"' "'' 'lailvery htiinefl;
and burn. . Inquire at the oftiueoi F
8 Ivanhoe , - . .
, FOR RENT '.
A furnished four room cottage, -In-
of Mrs Zuber. - , , tt a.
LOST Between 1409 Adams Avenue
and . Fecrest Bros. - Hardware and
Second Hand Store, one dark red
leather bill look containing deposit
certificates on ..Grande National
Bank to the amount ol three hundred
twenty five dollars ((325). Certificates
for Mr. and Mrs. W, W- Henderson.
Finder please . leave, same at La
Crande NallonaJ Bank att receive
leaard. Papers ol no valne except to
owners. 8-22-tt '
FOB RENT A five room ' furnished
hoos (or rent. For particular pt)one
771 or 1933 or Inquire of Mrs Q W
Henry. . . 4-1 ,
TO THE READING PUBLIC- "
'We have Jost received a new lot ot
paper back novels. In additien to these
we have added SOP rlotb bound book to
oar exchange library.
Newlln Drug t'o.
NOTICE Is bereb: given that I have
given my son . William, Wilkla his
- time, and rum thia date I will pot be
responsible (or any deb's contracted
by him, or any contracts he may make
March 21, 1004.
3-22-t( Anguste Rothlage.
ROSES Roses ROSES
I can furnish you with the best burly roses
one year old at 25c each, or two years old at 45c.
Also all kinds of plat. Is, such H9 Mutinies, Asters,
PeWyjine, D-dr-its, Cundytuft, etc. I nutko a
specially of all outbids woik, pruning, gmfiing,
lutidecnpe work, gardening, luwn most ing, etc ,
at very reusontible ia es. ' Giye nin a Iriul, I will
guiirBtilre to give etilirfao ion. All kinds ot trees,
shiub", Binall ftuii", eubbae, celery and ioihuto
platilb. Open Sundays from 8 to 12 a. tit.
Phone ii6i ; ' : V Greenhouse
K. hM'Til President
J. M. RtRttr Vlt Piesldent
J. M. Church Cashier
F. L. Mk.ykbd Asst. Cashier
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r A VtRANDE IN
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $72,000.
Transacts a general banking business. Buys and sails)
' all narta At tha anvM
Having; disposed of my gfocery bli
nesa, ( would like all thoso who are lb.
debtetf to ni, to pleate call and aeltla.
either by cash or nolo. My bonk are
at C h 'Jliorn's groceiy store on Fir
street, where settlement cau be made.
Tl - O IS FOWLER
NollCE linivsiiiakingaud Pluin Be
ing. Next door to Mrs. Shuak's resi
dence. , North ol the Itailroad shops.
4-3.11 ' Mrs. Adna Roaaaa.
LOST Hetween LaOraude and . Deal
""Canyon, a 1M Sinitiiand Weaion re
volver. Finder, please leave at tbia
oflU-eand rorelve rewaid. ' . '
O W Martin '
WANTED Cream at La Ura.ide Dreg
Co. . 4 li-lft.
.: WANTED " V '"'
Two girls to learn the millinery trade
at ooca. inqoira of lira J BFurrest.
; . BOABD AND ROOM - -y;
Plesasnt rooms and good- board, for
gwatlamen. Inquire at 601 T street
known aa tha Hughes house. 8 - tl
''Much more abundant than last year,
and open tor all kinds of stock daring
April. Small pastures for stock needed
at short notice etc , Apply to 1110; B,
St, Old town. P. O. Box 14. Tele '
phone 11178.... ;;,..' - : tt
' LI CM The tr. Ltebig staff, only
epeoieltists for men, "eon-
Unas to euro all obronio. private and
oeivons ailments, ol Importance, skin
diseases, ihrmatism, catarrah, eto.
Dr. A,, O. Stoddard, Ph ., lor 27
years medical direotor.- 74 sixth Ht
Portland, Or. Ill Yeoler Way, 8eat
le, Wash. Call or write. ' v
month can be made by parties who
can invest (rem $600 to $1600. One
eastern investor, made $66,000 in
1903, call or write for particulars
The Wm.B White Co., 812 Pine St
Portland, Oregon. ' . t ;
Pasture, Wood, Horses, Houses
' Good leed and strall pastures easily
reached $1.25 lor single head per
month, rates lees lor buuebes. Beat
yellow pine and other wood in any
length, work, riding and . driving
horses for sale. ' Houses for rent in
the best residence sites in the com
munity. Apply 1101 B s'tpjd town".
F O Box 841 , Pbtme 427.fJ 4-tlj
...... . , .ML
Express ; r and Delivery
refelve . prompt attentiuu.
Why are Uoddes Itrna.' kept so
busy' Why dj they sell the best
foods at tho lowest prices. .
'referred 8t'k Ttm aroes'S for 66c
Preferred Block Corn 3for60o
Preferred Stock Salmtin 8 for60o
Prelerred Stodk Peas . 8 fof 60c
Preferred 8took,Ueau 3 (orSOe
Don't pay other grocers 20 cent
a can ier any of these goods.
Standard tomatoes, corn, beans
peas, etc., 9 for 26 cents.
They have the best butter made
In the vaHey, and their creamery
batter has no equal here. Try
tt and see.
Dill pickles, Helnse'i mince
meat, Swift' pickle pig feet,
premium hems, loose olives.
Everything tasty, nice and cheap
, Xelepbon 481 ; ...
DIRECTORS! ' ' .'I . J
J. M. Rerrv. J. M. (Ihiirt h
A. B. Conley, B. Smith
L. O.btanlejr Jj
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S(v D.WraWltcliHu.lSlTS -IS
a OMUIe roff PIIm; In. Bkwaat,
ltehlnffHtdPratnidlnirll.a, AICs. .
- Bunw, BUwlMS, SpnliM, I wwriona,
baaiutaia. Sods, (Uthaeka. Iwasv
Tttr, sn airs, mi sll otaaf Sum
For Sale by all, Druggists :
w CI '-..: :
Tho Undersigned lias purchased 'g A
the b'usin se known as the Harris J ,
Cash Meat Market and will here f
after conduct the BtMi'ifwiiirifii
i.We wish tqjTsforrn the public , ' -
that we are prepared to ifurniab . ' r
all , kinds .', of meatsy. gamft4ndjj;
poultry at the very lowest prices ? . ? ,
oonsistaut with ret-claa articles V
we 4iave-.our. own ? delivery K - J '
and make two trips daily to the w .J "i
Old -Town. Highest market !
price paid for all cattle, hogs and
sheep. We solicit a share of '
your patiouage and guarantee : ? V:
the very best satisfaction," :
Phone orders receive prompt
and careful attention. :..V ' :
Harris meat market aoross the
track. Phono 1601.
TURNER & WALTER i ;
Dizisy Crags,; Teep Cunoua.
'A GoMeSagfgpportunity See
nature iniull s her; gloriqur;,
bouuly, ntid-eth'oacline.of ,
man's liandiwork.i - ;The first is"
found i itlotig - tho line of-rthe
Denver & Rio Grande Kauroad
and tlm latter,- ul . the St. Louts
World's Fuir, Your trip will be ''.
one of pleasure make the most ; ,
of it. For information and illua ' :
trated literature write
t . . t ... . -1. .
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8:50 p. m.
S:80 a. m.
BU Luke. Tinnvnr Vt.
Worth, Omaha, Kaorm
City, St. Umii, ChloftKO
niuiuiiu, I'HiiL-ai, reu-
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Col fax, MotMioW.bpO
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